Russian-backed Syrian government forces have seized full control of southern Idlib province after fresh advances against rebels, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Thursday.
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The lawsuit concerns an essay published a year ago and headlined “The Real Trump-Russia Quid Pro Quo.”
Columbia Gas Company of Massachusetts will plead guilty to felony charges for not meeting safety standards that led to the catastrophic explosions.
Molson Coors said Wednesday there was an active shooter on its Milwaukee campus and ordered its employees to find a safe place to hide.
U.S. stocks attempted a recovery on Wednesday after a rocky start to the week that shaved off more than 6% from the main indexes on growth concerns stemming from a global spread of the coronavirus.
Prince Harry returned to the U.K. for a Wednesday appearance as the clock winds down on his time as a senior member of the royal family.
Bob Chapek, head of parks, is now CEO. Iger will continue as Disney’s chairman and focus on “the creative side” of the business until the end of next year.
We break down the saga of the controversial Chinese telecom giant and phone maker.